I am currently designing an extremely simple Keplerian telescope and am confused as to why many explanations say that the objective lens and eyepiece lens are positioned a distance of the sum of their focal points away (fobjective+feyepiece). As pictured in the figure below, when the two lenses have positioned a distance of the sum of their focal points away, the light rays that ultimately hit the eye will be parallel; meaning that they will never converge and therefore the eye will never be able to piece together an image. Or the other way I think about it is that the object distance of the eyepiece lens is at its own focal point, which as we know, won't form an image.
From my belief, if the objective lens is positioned just where fobjective is inside feyepiece, this will create an extremely magnified image and will be the perfect alignment of a telescope. So should I align the focal points as just described above, or should they be aligned as shown in the picture and described by many books? If so, why?